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2021 Rubash Lecture

Pitt Law and Pitt's School of Social Work co-host the 2021 Rubash Lecture on Tues., Sept. 14 at 12:30 p.m. in-person at the Teplitz Memorial Moot Courtroom as well as virtually on Zoom.

Note: If you are not part of the University of Pittsburgh, given current health concerns, we welcome you attend our event via Zoom.

This year's lecture will feature Pitt Law alumna Francine Donnorummo (JD '92). Attorney Donnorummo, a Special Victims Unit Chief for the 20th Judicial Circuit in Ft. Myers, FL, will focus on the intersection of criminal law and social work, which can be a powerful tool in combatting child abuse and sexual exploitation. She will discuss how to optimize both social workers and law enforcement to best protect children in a society that has a high tolerance for child abuse. 

This program has been approved by PA CLE for 1 hour of CLE Credit. There will be a fee for processing CLE credit for this event. Attendance is free to those not seeking CLE credit.

Dial-In Information

Participants must register to attend here, whether attending in-person or virtually. You will receive details on accessing the event via email. 

Tuesday, September 14 at 12:30 p.m.

2021 Rubash Lecture

Pitt Law and Pitt's School of Social Work co-host the 2021 Rubash Lecture on Tues., Sept. 14 at 12:30 p.m. in-person at the Teplitz Memorial Moot Courtroom as well as virtually on Zoom.

Note: If you are not part of the University of Pittsburgh, given current health concerns, we welcome you attend our event via Zoom.

This year's lecture will feature Pitt Law alumna Francine Donnorummo (JD '92). Attorney Donnorummo, a Special Victims Unit Chief for the 20th Judicial Circuit in Ft. Myers, FL, will focus on the intersection of criminal law and social work, which can be a powerful tool in combatting child abuse and sexual exploitation. She will discuss how to optimize both social workers and law enforcement to best protect children in a society that has a high tolerance for child abuse. 

This program has been approved by PA CLE for 1 hour of CLE Credit. There will be a fee for processing CLE credit for this event. Attendance is free to those not seeking CLE credit.

Dial-In Information

Participants must register to attend here, whether attending in-person or virtually. You will receive details on accessing the event via email. 

Tuesday, September 14 at 12:30 p.m.

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